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The future of Madera groundwater is being decided. Do residents have a say?

The future of Madera groundwater is being decided. Do residents have a say?
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Worried about water? Here’s how to comment on groundwater plans Water agencies in the San Joaquin Valley have submitted sustainability plans to California about how they intend to manage the future of groundwater basins for agricultural, city and residential use. Here’s how to comment on SGMA.

By California Department of Water Resources captions and subtitles off, selected Water agencies in the San Joaquin Valley have submitted sustainability plans to California about how they intend to manage the future of groundwater basins for agricultural, city and residential use.

Here’s how to comment on SGMA. By California Department of Water Resources If you’re worried about your well going dry and who will pay to drill deeper, or about your community having enough safe and clean water, or about your farm’s ability to irrigate, this information is for you.

Groundwater in the Madera area is a primary source of irrigation water for a $2 billion agricultural industry and the drinking water for more than 150,000 residents in the county. After decades of new and deeper wells, degraded water quality and groundwater level declines, residents in the area have a chance to influence how local groundwater will be managed and used for decades […]

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